Securing your name in the id.au
space means that you'll have:
||An email address for the rest of your life,
no matter who is your ISP.
||Your own presence on the web. Shouldn't everyone
have their own website?
What better site to have than yourname.id.au?
* GST Included
So you weren't quick enough to pick up your
surname? That's okay, there's plenty of variations you can try.
Email Forwarding: Redirect all id.au webname e-mails
to an existing e-mail account.
If you change Internet Service Providers in the future, all you
need to do is update the destination e-mail address. Your contacts
will only need to know your id.au
webname email address for ever more.
Did you know that most ISP accounts come with free webspace?
Unfortunately the URL address is often something similar to this:
www.members.yourisp.com.au/~username. With web forwarding you
can cloak this URL with your id.au webname.
www.yourname.id.au :redirects to:
If your name happens to be John Black you may want to register:
But if black.id.au is taken you are then able
to register a variation of your name.
jblack.id.au or johnblack.id.au
Naturally this will allow you to set up an email address to suit.